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--Students become more aware of
individual differences in culture, personality, and life styles.
--Students learn to evaluate difference sources of information (fiction
and nonfiction books and newspaper articles).
--Students write thoughtful responses to reading.
--Students work collaboratively on projects to help the homeless.
--Students apply problem-solving skills and calculation skills
Students will be involved in various
activities during their study of homelessness including:
--reading (newspaper and magazine articles, fiction and nonfiction books).
--internet research on organizations and agencies that deal with the
problem of homelessness.
--class and group discussion
--project planning and implementation
--thoughtful reading responses
--math skills (statistics, percentages, predictions, graphing, etc.)
--daily response journals
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